from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The act of reproducing or the condition or process of being reproduced.
- n. Something reproduced, especially in the faithfulness of its resemblance to the form and elements of the original: a fine reproduction of a painting by Matisse.
- n. Biology The sexual or asexual process by which organisms generate new individuals of the same kind; procreation.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act of reproducing new individuals biologically
- n. The act of making copies
- n. A copy of something, as in a piece of art; a duplicate.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or process of reproducing; the state of being reproduced.
- n. That which is reproduced.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act or process of reproducing, presenting, or yielding again; repetition.
- n. The act or process of restoring parts of an organism that have been destroyed or removed.
- n. Specifically The process whereby new individuals are generated and the perpetuation of the species is insured; the process whereby new organisms are produced from those already existing: as, the reproduction of plants or animals.
- n. That which is produced or revived; that which is presented anew; a repetition; hence, also, a copy.
- n. In psychology, the act of repeating in conseiousness a group of sensations which has already been presented in perception.
- n. In forestry: The process by which a forest is renewed, whether natural or artificial.
- n. Seedlings or saplings from sprouts or from self-sown seed.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the process of generating offspring
- n. the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring
- n. copy that is not the original; something that has been copied
- n. the act of making copies
- n. recall that is hypothesized to work by storing the original stimulus input and reproducing it during recall
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That with the increased productiveness of labour there is increased facility for the reproduction of machinery required for the production of water, light, fuel, and food; and that this diminution in the cost _of reproduction_ is attended with a constant diminution in the value of all such machinery previously accumulated, and diminution in the proportion of the product of labour that can be demanded as rent for their use; and thus, while labour steadily increases in its power to yield commodities of every kind required by man, capital as steadily diminishes in its power over the labourer.
Thus it is possible to speak of physical parenthood and of psychical parenthood, and thus not only to avoid the term reproduction, but to get better value out of its substitutes.
Now if we can all have the same protection in reproduction, then we would eliminate these wedge issues meant to distract from real issues. come together lyrics
Now if we can all have the same protection in reproduction, then we would eliminate these wedge issues meant to distract from real issues.
She said the moral right of women to make decisions about reproduction is essential for them to be recognized as human beings and while she respects the "category of fetal life," she doesn't "have a sense of individual fetuses as possessing high value."
Bucks skylarked with bucks or flirted with the maidens, while the older squaws, shut out from this by virtue of having fulfilled the end of their existence in reproduction, gossiped as they braided rope from the green roots of trailing vines.
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One of the discoverers of the structure of DNA, Francis Crick, credited What Is Life? as a theoretical description, before the actual discovery of the structure of DNA (the existence of the molecule had been known for nearly 2 decades, but its role in reproduction and its helical shape had not even been guessed at this time), of how genetic storage would work and a source for inspiration for the initial research.
Sexual selection theory argues that females invest more heavily in reproduction than males and thus tend to be choosier in terms of matechoice.
But what if, among Time Lords, reproduction is like a metacrisis?